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Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation

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Author(s): Renée Poznanski, Beer Sheva
The Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation (CDJC, Centre de documentation juive contemporaine) was founded in April 1943 in Grenoble by French Jews in order to collect material on the discrimination and destruction of Jews in France. After its relocation to Paris in the fall of 1944, the CDJC became the most important archive for Holocaust history in France.On April 29, 1943, important representatives of the French Jews came together for a secret meeting in the private apartment of the entrepreneur Isaac Schneersohn (1881–1969) in Grenoble. The m…
Date: 2017-08-17